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Butterfield 9 Restaurant (202) 289-8810
60014 14th Street N.W. Washington, D.C.

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Propose in a magnificent Basilica...

People from all over the world come to witness the amazing beauty of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. We invite you to join us whether you come here as part of a spiritual journey or as an admirer of truly exquisite architecture, you are truly welcome at the Shrine.

The Capitol Hill....

"The Hill," originally known as Jenkins Hill in the 18th century, was viewed by DC designer Pierre L'Enfant as a fitting pedestal for the Congress. Thus, the Capitol was built atop this hill, which now - looking westward - majestically surveys much of the federal city and the National Mall. To the east, the Capitol is surrounded by the neighborhood that proudly bears its name, Capitol Hill.


Seasons at the Four Seasons Hotel

The sophisticated restaurant interior is enhanced by large windows, which provide an open view of romantic gardens and Rock Creek Park beyond. This is a great choice for a romantic Sunday Brunch, as well as dinner.
Lush gardens and walls of windows create an airy, sophisticated setting for an exquisite dining experience. Under the direction of Executive Chef Doug Anderson, Seasons' menu is a tempting mix of fresh ingredients and delicious flavours, reflecting today's respect for dining values.

2800 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20007

Rock Creek Park

Rock Creek Park is truly a gem in our nation's capital. It offers visitors an opportunity to reflect and soothe their spirits through the beauty of nature. Fresh air, majestic trees, wild animals, and the ebb and flow of Rock Creek emanate the delicate aura of the forest.

Union Station

For over 90 years, Union Station has welcomed people to the most important city in the world. This magnificent building has even played host to 17 Presidents and countless foreign dignitaries. However, what may be most impressive is the fact that Union Station's marble floors echo with the footsteps of over 32 million people each year, making it the most visited site in all of Washington, D.C.

Union Station is the most exciting and dynamic shopping destination in the country. The quality and diversity of its stores have made it the choice of Presidents as well as millions of busy commuters and wide-eyed tourists each year. The imposing halls have been the site of countless private special events including five Presidential Inaugural Balls and many citywide celebrations. More than ten thousand people crowed the Station in 1997 to toast President Bill Clinton.

Where the US presidents worship...

St. John's Episcopal Church Lafayette Square - our historic protestant Episcopal church located across from the White House.

The National Cherry Blossom Festival

The famous trees, a gift from Japan in 1912, signal the coming of Spring with an explosion of life and color The National Cherry Blossom Festival annually commemorates the 1912 gift to the city of Washington of 3,000 cherry trees from Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo to enhance the growing friendship between the United States and Japan and celebrate the continued close relationship between our two peoples.

Jefferson Memorial

Romanitc Place to Propose- The Smithsonian Castle...

The Smithsonian Castle was designed by one of the most renowned architects of the era - Mr. James Renwick, Jr. - who was also responsible for New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral and the Smithsonian art gallery that bears his name, where you'll find fine American crafts and decorative arts from the nineteenth to twenty-first centuries.

Washington Monument

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